The diversity of religious life: Sisters are people, too.

The diversity of religious life: Sisters are people, too.

What does a nun’s life look like? 

As part of National Sisters Week, a group of young girls from Saint Francis International School met the Oblate Sisters of Providence, the oldest order of African-American nuns, in Baltimore, Maryland for the chance to see what living religious life looks like. The initiative was also an opportunity to showcase the diversity found in religious life.

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